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insurance company. i'm over here in our storm alert hot line desk with a special guest shirley. who has been helping consumers for decades in this area so their problems. and boy there are some problems this go around. shirley let's talk about some of the issues people are likely to be calling for help about at this time. >> well, i think one of the big things we are facing in this area is flooded basements, leaky roofs, both of which can cause you serious problems in your home and not only the damage right now but down the road mold. so there is issues that really need to be addressed. we will be here trying to help consumers answer the concerns. >> let's talk about one of the first things you should do when you've got a leaky roof obviously you need to establish where the leak is coming from and you need to make a quick call. >> yes, you really should contact -- first thing you should do is contact your insurance company. make sure you know what will be uncovered in your insurance. you may have insurance against us. insurance company may want to sec out an adjustor to see what kind of dang
showers will taper off later in the day. a little bit on the cool side. >> thank you. >> shirley jones makes her san francisco nightclub debut tonight at the razz room. don sanchez sat down with the might yark of the partridge family. shirley joins checking sound levels in story and song vie fun with the audience. you know? this is a little of everything. >> we remember her like this, mom on the partridge family. her agent warned her against it your movie career will be in the toilet, he said. he was right. you know? when you become a character on a television series, that is successful, people only then remember you basically for that character. >> it was a smash. the song was number one. >> i think i love you. >> before tv, shirley jones was a fresh faced singer with a magical voice sheshs audition forward a theater legend. >> what did you say your name was again? richard rogers he said. never to forget that moment. >> her movie debut came in "oklahoma" and then, "music man" in 1960s she made an image change. >> she won an oscars a prostitute. >> i would not have had the career i hav
use their valuable experience to make sure food doesn't go to waste. >> reporter: shirley is 72 years old and a great grandmother. but just try telling her she doesn't belong on a fork lift. >> watch out. the next thing i learn how to drive is a semi. >> reporter: she's part of an army of 500 very senior citizens, volunteers who run this warehouse in sacramento. kathryn is 87. >> does this keep you young in some way? >> i think it does. it keeps us moving. we're not sitting around watching tv. >> reporter: what they are doing is feeding the hungry. taking in and sorting millions of excess food from grocery stores that passed the sell by date but not expired. they then send it off to local food banks. >> there's a growing need especially with the downturn in the economy. >> gary is the ceo which is known as senior gleaners. they fed people with $10 million worth of food. >> most will go to waste? >> america wastes 96 billion pounds of food per year. not all is salvageable but a lot is. if we can salvage the food that's being wasted today we can feed everyone in america and that's what
pleasanton. >> jimmy from pleasanton. >> shirley rivera from san jose. >> what does this mean to you today, shirley? >> well, i'll tell you, i have been a giants fan 58 , went to the park in the '60s. was at the '62 world series, we lost. i was at the 2000 with -- what year was before the 2010? >> yeah. >> reporter: you guys all know. you were at the baseball game on monday? >> i was. >> reporter: what was that like when it started to rain? >> unbelievable. best rain ever. could sit up there all night. honestly, i could have been out there all night. i don't even like the rain but that night i loved it. >> reporter: jimmy, this is your first world series game? >> it is. it's like a dream come true. i grew up in a household this with guy here's. we're brothers. and when the giants play you root for the giants or find another place to go. we're live long giants fans. >> reporter: lawrence says a little activity over the east bay but a mainly dry game in the forecast. go, giants! >> giants! >> baby! >> reporter: elizabeth, lawrence. >> exciting at the park. it's going to be a great game
shirley rooker who has been helping consumers in the area for decades now and she's going to help you now. >> but i'm not coming out with a chainsaw. >> no. no. no. thank you. thank you thank you. all right let's talk about first what you should do if you've got a leaky roof. we have some bullet points to put up on the screen. identify the source, we need to check our gutters and then contact the insurance agent. >> yes, you need to know the source first to know where the problem is. you probably won't be able to identify the source because we won't go up on the roof toshiba the problem is. but you can get binoculars and to up to their freak -- go to your neighbors and go up to the roof and see what you can see. if you're going to hire somebody to do the roof check them out. check the facts, they have license, that they're licensed to do business. they should have insurance. all of those good consumer advocate tips. and by the way, we put a lot of these tips up at wusa9.com. so people can fill in the blanks from the website. >> you check your gutters and then you call the insurance compan
is important. >> shirley. >> residential quality is important. she has the right to use it as a bank with paul. >> we are pleased to they won strengthened amendments -- they want strengthened amendments that clarify what is and what is not acceptable. >> a man is killed outside the facility -- was killed outside the facility in 2010. they will begin afresh tomorrow to come up with stronger conditions. wbal-tv 11 news. >> state officials try to pinpoint why so many juveniles are in trouble with the law in maryland's. >> and why so many of them are >> and why so many of them are mine breweries [ male announcer ] for the dreamers... and those well grounded. for what's around this corner... and the next. there's cash flow options from pnc. solutions to help businesses like yours accelerate receivables, manage payments, and help ensure access to credit. because we know how important cash flow is to reaching your goals. pnc bank. for the achiever in you. >> here is a staggering #40. in baltimore city, 90% of juveniles in trouble with the law are minorities. >> it was the subject of a study where exp
remember her leaving -- leading the partridge family, shirley jones makes her bay area premiere. >> that and the rest what is hot this weekend. >>> are you looking for something to do this weekend? >> don sanchez takes a look at what's hot. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> coming up at 3 on katie leann rimes and will i am. -- the vaccine all pregnant women are encouraged to get to protect their unborn baby. >> update on a story we brought you last week. nasa is apologizing to a novato woman after they determined a rock that hit the roof of her home was a meteorite. >> the story keeps going back and forth first officials say the chunk of rock was part of the meteorite. >> then they said it wasn't. now this morning they are back again saying they discovered a second rock the one on your right and it is part of the meteorite this morning they apologized for the mistake. you got that? >> okay they look the same to me way do we know. >>> might as well talk about the game, dress warmly going to be in the 50s cooler than last night temperatures starting at 62 down to 55°. i
't let food or experience go to waste. >> reporter: shirley elwell is 72 years old, and a great-grandmother. but just try telling her she doesn't belong on a forklift. >> watch out. the next thing i'll learn how to drive is a semi. >> reporter: elwell is part of an army of 500 very senior citizens, volunteers who run this warehouse in sacramento. katherine larue is 87. does this keep you young in some way? >> i think it does. it keeps uz moving. you know, we're not sitting around watching-- excuse me-- tv. >> reporter: what they are doing is feeding the hungry, taking in millions of pounds of excess food from grocery stores that is past the sell-by date but still safe to eat and instead sending it off to local food banks. >> there's been a growing need, especially with the downturn in the economy, more and more people are seeking assistance. >> reporter: gary mcdonald is the c.e.o. of what is known as senior gleaners. last year they fed nearly 100,000 people with $10 million worth of food. and most of this would go to waste? >> america wastes 96 billion pounds of food per year.
. was astounded to see just who wrote the white robe. he told his story to shirley moore. >> as a young boy he was struck by this sort of the way in which they were welcomed into the general celebration and he said, you know i knew who these people were. and my father worked with half the people. and he knew who they were. >> reporter: the rise of the klan in oakland in the 1920s took place at a time of especially widespread discrimination. after world war ii the united states closed its doors to immigrants. in california the klan opposed not only asians and african americans but catholics, jews, irish, italians and eastern europeans as well. all part of the working class oakland then. the political strength of the klan in oakland peaked in 1936 with the election of klan member becker as alameda county sheriff. to this day his picture hangs in the sheriff's office. becker ran on an anti liquor, anti gambling, anti corruption. but along with his cronie, williams parker, becker became one of the most corrupt politicians of the decade. >> one of the things he did was to round up the bootleggers i
a crisis in infrastructure. bethea: a huge change came about when mayor shirley franklin became the mayor of atlanta. we're having to choose how to spend our money. i named myself "the sewer mayor," and i wear that title very proudly, because, without wastewater infrastructure and drinking water infrastructure, the economy will stop. we did a major outreach. we trained an outreach team, who went to every community meeting, to educate people on how bad the crisis was. not only did i tell people that we'd have to raise rates, i told them we'd have to tear up the city to repair this infrastructure. man: you can't simply say, "i won't use any water, it's too expensive." we have about 25% of our population that's at or below the poverty line, so you have to look at rate structures that are tiered so the people can pay their bills. franklin: we would love to have something like 75% federal money. we do get some federal aid and we are thankful, but on the other hand, we're paying for this primarily with new rates. we have increased our rates to among the highest in america. but not nearly as muc
. partridge shirley jones talks with our don sanchez about her past, present and future, those story pz more coming up at 6:00. >> thank you. >> can't wait to see the real video. >> this is a rock and roll dream come true for a man he convinced billy idol to play at his 26th birthday party friday night. >> he got the idea listening to white wedding. he launched a web site rounded up endorsements from celebrities including rick springfield. >> consprinsing idol to play
to shop. it's rung to the -- returning to the mol. it kicks off -- today with a appearance by shirley jones. there's gala preview. tomorrow they open for business. >>> many are going out to din are and we posted letter grades would it make a difference in the restaurants you use? the city of baltimore and council are trying to find out. they took public comment on a bill requiring restaurants to post grades from their inspections. some rest rant owners don't like the idea. -- restaurant owners don't like the idea. but brandon scott have heard from residents and all by one -- but one supports the plan. >> they feel it's something the city should have done a long time ago and a bunch said we don't do that and are embarrassed that baltimore is one of the only major cities you can't see inspection results for restaurants or can't walk into a restaurant and see the grade orating. >> councilman scott's bill would require the health department to post inspections online. >>> maryland state police are replacing the aging medivac fleet and they say it's important to do because today they will
've been pulling all the time, lice it's acorn and shirley sherrod and common at the white house. it's the same stuff. >> was he listening to "fiddler on the roof"? [laughter] >> seriously, i cannot believe they say [bleeped] out loud sometimes. it's just desperate. >> i can because when you have no rational argument, you have to bypass that part of the brain that processes rational arguments, right? you just go straight to the reptile brain, the amygdala, and you just dope it with enough coated language and racial imagery to trigger the fear response. >> by the way, is there a reason jon can't hear this conversation in >> no, please. >> we just want more air time. speaking of, should we probably... >> yeah, wake him up. >> already. >> hey, hey, what's up? ♪ net ♪ >> jon: thanks. you guys done rapping and jamming? >> yes, jon. we're done rapping and jamming. >> it's all good. >> jon: all right. hey, i think it's informative when we can discuss these things with panel of people directly affected by them. how do you think people will be seen by people who read the drudge report? >>
and mindy, laverne and shirley, and joanie loves chachi. you marry her. you marry her now. you marry her! ok, ok! we passed section one: "sitcoms about or involving asian-american diner owners."
want to welcome back call for action advocate shirley rooker and shirley let's talk about some of the questions that you anticipate receiving this evening. >> it's going to be floods, trees falling on houses, falling on cars, who's responsible. who pays for it. >> okay so a lot of questions and you all have prepared to answer those. what are the first things you say homeowners should have after this kind of event is an insurance checklist and let's put that up on the screen and we can talk about it just a bit. the first thing you say people need to do is assess the damage at their homes? they need to fully read their contract and then call the agent. why in that order? >> well, basifiers off if you don't know what the damages are what are you going to say to the agent? if you don't know what's in your contract what are you going to say to the agent? if you can go outside make a list and see what's been damaged if you can figure it out yourself, fine. check that contract. because it may or may not be covered you may not even -- you may save yourself a call. but then by all means
or not laverne & shirley could make all their dreams come true if the brewery got sold to bain. >> only on current tv. if you have an opinion, you better back it up. >>eliot spitzer takes on politics. >>science and republicans do not mix. >>now it's your turn at the only online forum with a direct line to eliot spitzer. >>join the debate now. >> eliot: not a good day on wall street. between some bad earnings reports, the dow lost 243 points by the end of the trading day. its biggest one-day drop since june and yet that had little effect on our number of the day. 64.8%. that's how much the stock market has gone up since president obama was inaugurated. even with today's drop, that's still one of the largest gains for a president in the last 100 years. as of last friday, "the new york times" calculated he had the fifth most significant rise in the dow of any president over the same period of time since 1900. right behind fdr calvin coolidge, bill clinton and dwight eisenhower. all of those presidents served more than one term. it turns out
them, but she thinks honey boo boo has a lot in common with shirley temple. how about that? she has an eye for talent. >> you know what? god bless. >>> also good news from inside the abc family, and want to exstepblt a congratulations, he announced his engagement to his long-time boyfriend, and they could get married by the end of the year. so congrats, sam, enjoy it. >>> this morning on world news now, drivers are seeing red reeling from the huge run up in gas prices. >>> analysts are out with new predictions on where prices are heading now. it's monday, october 8th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good monday morning. happy columbus day, everybody. i am rob nelson. >> as can you see, we did not get the day off. i am paula ferris. we are going to get to the pain at the pump in a moment. ahead, two wedding parties and one nasty brawl that turned deadly and all caught on tape, and it took place on one of the happiest days of your life. >> the video is scary how the situation deteriorated. >>> and chaos at the track. turning nascar into bumper cars at 200 miles per hou
to take home. >> reporter: knowing there are so many people struggling is what drives shirley to stay on her forklift. >> we still got a lot of good years in us and we can help a lot of people. that's the main thing. >> reporter: golden years that have become a golden opportunity to give back. ben tracy, cbs news, sacramento. >> and that's the "cbs evening news" for tonight. for all of us at cbs news all around the world, good night. cook in for dana king. a new leader, and what coule a new direction for the catc church >>> good evening. i'm allen martin. >> i'm elizabeth cook in for dane dawn. a new leader in what could be a new direction for the catholic church in san francisco. >> in a ceremony of ancient church ritual, salvatore cordileone was installed as the archbishop of san francisco. mark sayre on the day of ceremony and protest. mark. >> reporter: well, allen, hundreds of people attended this afternoon's installation ceremony including dignitaries from the catholic church but it is a ceremony that was also met by protestors. archbishop salvatore cordileone walked inside the
clearly lovers. it is about time we acknowledged that. >> laverne and shirley. >> >> the original ending for newhart, and then a suit came down and another suit came down. it was all a dream. >> wild wild west was called wild wild, something else. >> starsky and hutch, hugy bear? >> bill, are you upset you were not counted in the statistics? >> i am not gay. i am not, not gay. it is for them to pass out after i have a drink. >> i will say we need more of them. more gay characters please in all spectrums of the entertainment world. >> veal ma on scooby doo. >> what eves. >>> we must take a break. you have less than tour minutes to bring me a sandwich. start moving. >>> last topic, a pennsylvania man is suing a strip club for 50 grand for -- >> sorry i snorted. >> he claimed he sustained the injury at his bachelor party in 2010. patrick gallagher was pulled on stage at the pebt house club. that's when -- penthouse club. that's when a dancer slid down the stripper pole and landed on him so his bladder ruptured. he is suing and part is for a new bladder with leopard skin. >> should he get it
: but jim and shirley peterson ignored their instincts because they implicitly trusted the people urging them to invest in a sure fire deal. >> they were our friends our best friends. and the main thing was, we had an insurance policy by the california bar association. >> and they said the principal was insured, you know. >> so we couldn't lose. >> reporter: or so they thought. >> your best friends can get you into a lot of trouble. >> reporter: the petersons, who once fancied themselves financially savvy, are now sharing their story. >> they showed us their books. >> reporter: because they believe that if it could happen to them, investor fraud could happen to anyone. >> in the last 18 months, the united states attorneys have handled cases against 800 defendants in investor fraud cases involving losses of more than $20 billion. >> reporter: and u.s. attorney melinda hague says many of the 100,000 victims are retirees, for the same reason crooks rob banks they are now targeting retirement accounts, they go where the money is. >> some of the best deals are the deals you don't make. >> re
this your final notice. >> reporter: this is just one of many calls shirley in indiana gets daily. >> i would get four of five of them a day. >> reporter: she hung up and complained to the ftc, who is suing the roco-caller who promised to lower her credit card interest rate if like nearly all these robo-callers want, he could just get her credit card number. >> and they tell me how they're going to charge 990 some dollars to my credit card. >> reporter: so it's not just an annoying phone call at dinnertime. >> these are illegal telemarketing pitches, and our goal is to stop them. >> reporter: two violations in one, the robo-call itself and the fraudulent pitch that follows, and the only defense isn't technical at all. hang up. jim avila, abc news, new york. >>> and coming up, our "instant index," what had us talking today starting with this. whyy getting a scowl from your boss might not be a bad thing. ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell
whether or not laverne & shirley could make all their dreams come true if the brewery got sold to bain. >> only on current tv. v?
, shirley, you nearly broke my -- arnie, pass me them pickles, will you? most of the time people don't call me names, or confront me, people who are racist. but they'll do other things. and it's the same thing. in "one false move," pluto's not going to say, "i don't like the relationship of you and ray" to fantasia but you'll see it in his responses and his looks. we can buy all the blow we want when we get there. we'll be safe. pluto will take care of us. we'll be safe, baby. i have had offers, several offers from the studios wanting me to do things that are very hollywood, and really slick. and it somehow escapes me as to why they've come to me. i don't know what they saw in the movie that would make them think that i can do those films, or that i would want to do those kinds of films. (slow percussion music playing) (julie dash) "daughters of the dust" is based upon african deities, so the structure unravels and the story reveals itself in a very west african way. in the way an african rio would recount and recall and retell his family's history. i was trying to shoot in tableaux that pe
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covered president obama reacting to fox news. oh, my god, glenn beck is going to talk about shirley sherod i got to do something. in this case fox news does the direct attack immediately before the debate. could he have reacted to fox news. >> i think it is a direct possibility that he has had past experience of fox news criticizing him and then he acts on it. there could be a number of different factors at play. what michael said was also correct. he was not on his a-game. he may have been been overconfident going into the debate. he's not working that hard. romney is shooting himself in the foot. >> cenk: i think you all made great points and president obama may not be doing it on purpose but because of what he has had to do his whole life as professor rose is pointing out to some degree. eliot spitzer has got "viewpoint" next. eliot, what do you have. >> eliot: i hear there was a debate last night cenk. we'll let people talk about that and pars over the obama campaign and see how they can resurrect themselves. you and i still predict that they're going to win big. voter i.d. has been th
might want to relax a bit, shirley. the doctor's been doing this program for years. he knows i give everybody jabs. [chuckles] >> but what about your state, linda? maine is thought to be a lock for president obama's hope and change mantra. >> i'll try not to be a blueter. blooter. >> very much appreciate all the nice letters about "killing kennedy." finally, the factor tip of the day. as you may know, we give a lot of money to charity here. so does jon stewart. here's something you might not know. after the rumble tomorrow night in washington, stewart will be visiting some of the wounded troops. he doesn't say much about it. but i thought i would tell you. so here's the tip of the day, even if you don't want to watch the rumble, sign up for it. because we are going to give a lot of money to a lot of people who really need it, including the families of our wounded warriors. tip of the day. that's it for us tonight. please, check out the fox news web site, different from bill o'reilly dot-com. also, we would like you to spout about the factor, from anywhere in the world. name and town
name and that her performance. and shirley eagan was naked except for wearing gold body paint. there she is with the gold body paint. that became a very iconic james bond moment. and then there was the urban legend did she die from the toxicity of the paint. >> really? >> but she didn't. she's alive and well. >> what a terrible rumor that is. >> over that. and who else -- >> they're wonderful women. jane see more. i liked halle barry. >> i liked her in her orange bikini. >> very voluptuous and in shape. even madonna had a cameo. >> really? i never remember that. >> "die another day" with pierce bronson. >> i never knew that. i with us too busy looking at pierce to know that. what about the music. >> every james bond movie had incredible mufr but the one that made it on the charts was duran duran's "view to a kill." there they are parachuting. >> i remember that. >> did you see the olympics when the queen parachuted in with daniel craig? i did. >> now, it's going to be interesting to see because the next james bond, "skyfall," we have adele singing the theme song. that's going
thinks that honey boo boo has a lot in common with shirley temple. how about that? a little comparison because she's got an eye for talent. >> wow, you know what? god bless. >>> news from inside the abc family. we want to extend a heartfelt congratulations to everyone's favorite weatherman sam champion. sam champion is getting married . congratulations. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now" informing insomniacs f
. >> shirley from tennessee. >> no, michigan. >> kidding, michigan. >> yes, i'm here with my roommate from 46 years ago and we just wondered if you get together with your ex-roommates and if you do anything, see them? >> i see my old college friends occasionally. i was voted the messiest person on my dorm. >> imagine that. so my room nate doesn't speak to me. >> imagine that. >> thank you, ladies. >> my dear friend lives in auburn, jantina, roommate, singing group. from oral roberts university. so yes, we do. >> thanks, ladies. >> my friend karen fisher in youngstown, ohio. >>> james denton is going to talk about a worthy cause. >>> today's style is brought to you by dsw. it's where you get those shoes. >>> we are back on this friday with today's style and the best in blue jeans. the folks at people style watch tried on over 500 pairs of denim jeans. in search of the perfect fit for everybody >> everyone's looking for this. here with some of the winners is the fashion director of "people" style watch. >> kate, happy fall. wow, so glad you did this. how many times did we try on jeans after jea
at leviton and her name is shirley miller and she is one example. she went back to school for accounting and she ended up, she actually had to write her congressman for money to go back to school because she already had an associate's degree and that was considered too much education. she now working at a credit union and making $30,000 a year. she was making 45,000 at leviton. these are small margins. >> i know the magazine also took a look at which industries were hiring. where should people be focusing? >> there are actually surprisingly a lot of booming jobs in america. those jobs don't pay much. but in the top ten growing jobs, we have the biggest jobs like nurses and home health care workers and personal age aides because our aging population. those jobs pay $20,000, a year, not a lot, but the fastest growing job in america. we have carpentry and people in the construction trades. those jobs through 2020 are expected to boom and the reason for that is they shed about 50% of their jobs during the housing downturn and then we have other interesting professions that are growing that
. >> please consider this your final notice. >>reporter: this is just one of the many calls shirley indiana gets daily. >> when i would get 4 and 5 of them. >>reporter: she hung up and complained to the fcc who is suing the robo caller who promised to lower her credit card interest rate if like nearly all these robo callers want he could get her credit card number. >> they tell me had you they charge 9 90 dollars to my credit card. >> it's not just annoying phone call at dipper time. >> they are illegal telemarketing pitches and our goal is to stop them. >>reporter: 2 violations in one. robo call itself and the fraudulent pitch that followed. the only defense isn't technical at all. hangup. jim avila, abc news new york. >> well the woman behind proposition 38 has agreed to remove a television ad the governor says is misleading the ad says the governor competing prop 30 ised about for schools. it says prop 30 would allow politician to get their hands on money set aside for education but the governor says that's just not true. >> prop 30 is something that is designed with view to the bu
. >> shirley edwards fought back tears as she describes a nightmare for her family. especially for her 9-year-old and 7-year-old. they've moved out constantly kicked out because of nut allergies. any trace of nuts -- >> we're being persecuted for something we can't control. >> recommended by the girls' doctor to have nut-free classrooms and send letters to parents notifying them of her daughter's life-threatening allergies. >> one of the things they were saying is we've never had to do anything different for anybody else. why you? >> after two unsuccessful meetings at the school, no unwould respond. >> until i get an e-mail from the superintendent saying that our enrollment is being revoked. >> when was that? >> that was last week. >> over the phone, the superintendent said food allergies had nothing to do with the enrollment being revoked. she said they were not living at the address provided. someone chose to make their own set of rules, ignoring the rules that the rest of us must follow. it's clear to us that the system was bypassed intentionally. the edwards' showed us pge and bills and t
vote now. >> shirley, a supporter of the president? >> i would like to say god bless america. i am so proud of president barack obama. when romney is asked questions, he looks like a man that can't take pressure. he has no idea how to balance the budget. this is not about black and white, rich or poor. people through health care, why america is the greatest country in the world. people wake up, this is barack obama's time to take us to the next level. now he can bring us out of this is all we are in and take us out of it. god bless america. >> four more years of failure? no obama. on the phone, tallahassee florida. you are on the air, go ahead. we will move on to market is from virginia. if you get through, turn the volume down on your television set. >> i am on the air? >> yes, you are. >> i wanted to say that the callers seemed to be uninformed , including the mentioning of garrett johnson, it is an option for undecided voters. there are people that are really in need of these candidates, not doing anything for the country. it is pretty obvious, they are not sincere, especially romn
directions. let's go over to our last live look . no issues as you come in through shirley inside the beltway. the bay bridge remains closed. i'll be back with more in a few minutes. >> thaun -- thank you very much. >>> the winds and rain have cut off the coastal community. >> reporter: good afternoon va virginia's department of transportation cut off access to the river. while some people are enjoying the down time others didn't get across in time and are waiting to see their families. >>> it's 5:27. we'll be back with more storm coverage right after this. >>> welcome back. 5:29 as we continue to track sandy an the after math here. we're looking at a cold, rainy start. temperatures won't recover much. winds still out there could be gusting 30 to 40 at times, especially this morning. highs in the mid 30s. showers into the afternoon. >>> one place that often gets clots of storm damage is rock creek park. >> the nice trees that add to the green space can block roads when they come down. koem is life with details on problems she's found there. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we've end
. >> four votes for congresswoman shirley 119 votes -- [cheers and applause] >> senator george mcgovern had been received the majority votes of this convention is hereby declared the 1972 democratic nominee for president of the united states. [cheers and applause] >> from sea to sea and deception in high places, come home, america. >> this was the most open political convention in american political history. >> i have been to a lot of democratic conventions and witnessed republican ones from afar. it is the only time i saw convention and actually looked like the country. >> is seen to indicate a new dawn, that now politics was not only the preserve of older, white men. >> probably the last and scripted convention in american political history. i don't think anyone wanted to take a chance to get at something so organic and natural and spontaneous. >> many of the opponents called it the convention of hippies, dippies, and jane fonda. joining together of some many causes, if you will, and the democratic party's platform was incredible. we had planks in that platform never seen before. gay-righ
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